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Sep 18, 2014

We all believe in preventing harm to children and we know that attachment plays a key role in prevention, but how do we close the gap between what we know and what we do? Putting the baby IN the bathwater is a coalition of some 80 organisations and individuals committed to making Scotland the best place to grown up. The coalition recommended numerous amendments to the Children and Young People Bill, many of which were incorporated into the 2014 Act. Dr Jonathan Sher, Scotland Director of the WAVE Trust, talks to members of Scottish Attachment in Action about collaborating and the politics of making a difference.

Putting the baby IN the bathwater (WAVE Trust Scottish Strategy) First annual report of Putting the Baby IN the Bathwater Social Justice Begins With Babies Scottish Attachment in Action Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 Trauma sensitive practice with children in care. Iriss Insight No 27 by Judy Furnival and Edwina Grant

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